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Are reduced-calorie wines worth it?

If you're counting calories, a glass of wine might be your alcoholic beverage of choice, as it's a lighter option than many other mixed drinks.

Reduced-calorie wines can save you even more calories, perhaps enough to earn a few bites of cheese or chocolate. Of course, you have also ask yourself: Are you actually enjoying it?
Depending on the variety, reduced-calorie wines have about 15% to 30% fewer calories than regular wine. For example, at 90 calories per 5-ounce glass, FitVine's lower-calorie white wines have 25% fewer calories than a glass of regular white table wine, which has about 120 calories.
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